Technowrapp Values

We created Technowrapp based on a simple idea: if every morning any of us enter the company convinced that this is the best place where express ourselves, where we can grow, where our skills are appreciated, then Technowrapp will reflect our best part and both our products and our service will be the direct expression of it.

Clients at the centre

  • At Technowrapp, we love our clients. We’re only satisfied when they are.
  • Every time we make a choice, we ask ourselves what customers would want. After all, we make our systems for them, not for us.
  • Customers must always be told the truth.
  • If a system is down, we need to guarantee that our technicians will be sent out within 24 hours.
  • Creating customised and increasingly complex systems makes us stronger in the market, because competitors are less able to make them. Our strength is being able to listen, and work flexibly.

Clients at the centre

Relations between colleagues

Relations between colleagues

  • It takes every single one of us to create a good working atmosphere. In Technowrapp, courtesy towards colleagues must be maintained in every situation, and we should never raise our voices: people who raise their voices show the weakness of their arguments.
  • We see our work as part of Technowrapp as a whole. We can’t improve our own work at the others’ expense – we always need to try and improve the overall picture.
  • When we interact, we need to make ourselves fully available to help others. Interaction must be constant. At Technowrapp, we’re always happy to hear your opinion on matters that are important for the company. When were talking about Technowrapp’s working atmosphere, everyone is entitled to make suggestions about any department, including management.
  • Everyone owns and creates their own role.
  • Respect for diversity, ideas, roles, religions and cultures is fundamental.

Dealing with errors

  • When you find an error, come and tell us; we need to talk about it and work out how to make the failed procedure stronger, so we can avoid problems in the future. Every error is a feedback. A group that talks about errors is a group that plans for the future.

Dealing with errors

How we work

How we work

  • When it comes to work, we are more interested in quality than quantity. “Organizing” comes before “doing”. Following temporary procedures or taking shortcuts to finish faster, means working badly and using more energy than necessary. We use our heads before our hands.